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Old 02-26-2018, 05:09 PM   #1
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Default Shedding some light - Electrical System Guide

Greetings!

For those who may want it, I've found and modified a graphic that helps my wife and I to better understand the electrical system in our 2013 LTV Free Spirit.

It is, I admit, a rather "clunky" approach to wrapping one's brain around the associated systems and their limitations, but it's better than nothing.

If someone has something better to share, please do so!
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Old 07-22-2019, 07:25 AM   #2
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Post Re: Shedding some light - Electrical System Guide

thanks for the drawing. My 12v system abruptly stopped working. I charged the house battery - and it will turn over the generator. It will not turn on any lights or the water pump. I have looked for a fuse or link but can't find any. Does anyone have any ideas? Its a 2005 dodge sprinter 2500.
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Default Re: Shedding some light - Electrical System Guide

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thanks for the drawing. My 12v system abruptly stopped working. I charged the house battery - and it will turn over the generator. It will not turn on any lights or the water pump. I have looked for a fuse or link but can't find any. Does anyone have any ideas? Its a 2005 dodge sprinter 2500.
I don't know if you have figured out the problem yet, but I would check the continuous duty solenoid behind the power distribution/fuse panel. My mom's Free Spirit is starting to have trouble with the contacts on that unit and from time to time you will see the lights flicker/voltage show low on the battery monitor. By turning the solenoid off and on a couple of times, it usually fixes the problem.
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